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Lettuce Live at Westcott Theater on 2012-06-07

by Lettuce



SKM140>V2>Mini-Me>SD722@24/48>16bit,
01. Ziggowatt
02. Lettsanity
03. Fly
04. King Of The Burgs
05. Jack Flask
06. Bowler
07. Ghost Of Jupiter
08. Let It GOGO->
09. Makin' My Way Back Home*
10. Do It Like You Do*
11. Madison Square->
12. By Any Shmeeans Necessary
13. (E) Blast Off
14. Last Suppit

*w/ Nigel Hall - vocals

Band Personnel:
Eric Bloom - trumpet, percussion, vocals
James Casey - tenor sax, percussion, vocals
Erick Coomes - bass
Adam Deitch - drums
Neal Evans - keyboards
Eric Krasno - guitar
Adam Smirnoff- guitar
Ryan Zoidis - alto sax, percussion


Collection Lettuce
Band/Artist Lettuce
Venue Westcott Theater
Location Syracuse, NY

Source Neumann SKM 140(AK40's/LC3's/KM100's)>GAKables xlr>Lunatec V2>GAKables xlr>Apogee Mini-Me>AES/EBU>Sound Devices 722 @48kHz/24bit
Lineage Sound Devices 722 master file @48kHz/24bit>firewire>Sound Forge 9.0e>44.1/16-CD Wave v1.96.1>FLAC16
Taped by Steven Weld
Transferred by Steven Weld

Notes

The Pimps Of Joytime opened & were recorded

Location: just front of board, dead center, 30ft from stage lip

Mic config: DIN Kwonbar, Schoeps A20S shock, manfrotto air-cushioned stand @ 8 ft, small screens

Source: Neumann SKM 140(AK40's/LC3's/KM100's)>GAKables xlr>Lunatec V2>GAKables xlr>Apogee Mini-Me@24/48>AES/EBU>Sound Devices 722 @48kHz/24bit

Transfer,editing & conversion: Sound Devices 722 master file @48kHz/24bit>firewire>Sound Forge 9.0e>44.1/16-CD Wave v1.96.1(tracking)>FLAC16 via FLAC frontend 1.7.1(level 8), tag w/Tag Scanner5.0, ffp 1.7.1

Notes: ~ S.F. 9.0e (volume gain +1.675db, fade out, resample(high setting 4) w/anti alias filter & dither-high pass triangular/noise shaping-high pass contour to 44.1/16) ~
~ Editing performed in 48k/24bit realm ~
~ tracks are numbered for CD ~
~ Recording, transfer, editing, mastering & conversion by Steven Weld sunboy@twcny.rr.com ~
~ Many Thanks to Lettuce & crew & the Westcott for allowing us to record and share the music.

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